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Dolores Haze – Touch Me

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This is pretty naughty video, but if you like lo-fi overdriven punk then it’s for you...


NEW SINGLE + album available 13th November 2015

Touch Me Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/woahdad/dolores-haze-touch-me
Touch Me Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvxelFJ4cH4


Based out of Stockholm, the 4 piece overdriven lo-fi punk band have been described in the same vein as UK buzz band Wolf Alice and won rave reviews from music tastemakers Stereogum, The Line Of Best Fit, Noisey and NME.

The girls have already been over on the UK Festival circuit this year with maiden appearance at the coveted End Of The Road festival and a slot at Latitude.

The bands new album The Haze Is Forever is a brightly burning collection of top-heavy punk tracks that come with a sinister bite, and will available for purchase and download Friday 13th November 2015.



“Their constantly changing dynamism is part of what makes Dolores Haze such a captivating act to follow”- The Line Of Best Fit


“Dolores Haze have au aura about them, an un-f**kwithable attitude that makes them a force to be reckoned with”- Stereogum


“’Touch Me’ is a track that’ll effectively plunge you into the middle of your very own imaginary montage”- Noisey


Swedish music is unstoppable nowadays… Producing world-class acts after acts, from Lykke Li, Icona Pop and Robyn, it’s no surprise their latest addition, in the shape of Dolores Haze, brings top quality yet again. After hitting festivals such as End of the Road and Latitude Festivals this summer Dolores Haze is finally back with an irresistible emotional track to enter the dancefloor of rock clubs.

Their new single Touch Me is cool, dark, and hard-driving! Oh, and let’s not forget danceable! The boundaries within production are blatantly being pushed, in the style of new-wave sunburst on a really cloudy day (especially here in London). That clearly demonstrates the fact Dolores Haze have far more than one trick up their sleeve.

Combining the musical buffet of influences, from Le Tigre’s sonically insolent Eau D’Bedroom Dancing, through Kraftwerk’s retro- electro Computer Love, and the melancholy of Crystal Castles, Touch Me sets a foundation for the band’s upcoming long career, and it will be available for sale and download 13th November 2015.

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Twitter - https://twitter.com/doloreshazeband
Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/doloreshazeband

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